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Radio adaptations

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BB3818.01 Titus groan (Episode 1 of 29)

Dramatic readings from the first installment of the "Gormenghast" trilogy by British science...

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WBAI, 21 Nov. 1967.
BB3818.02A The star pit (Episode 2 of 29, Part 1 of 2)

A dramatic reading of the science fiction novella by author and critic Samuel R. Delany. Adapted...

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WBAI, 26 Nov. 1967. WBAI Folio introduction in January 1968.
BB3818.02B The star pit (Episode 2 of 29, Part 2 of 2)

A dramatic reading of the science fiction novella by author and critic Samuel R. Delany. Adapted...

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WBAI, 26 Nov. 1967. WBAI folio introduction in January 1968 issue.
BB3818.04 The eagle and the rock (Episode 4 of 29)

A modern fable in one act by Frank Moffett Mosier. A conversation between an eagle and a rock,...

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WBAI, 2 Feb. 1968.
BB3818.05 Mermaids and unicorns (Episode 5 of 29)

Presentation of two short plays for WBAI's Mind's Eye Theatre, A touch of strange by...

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WBAI, 13 Mar. 1968.
BB3818.06 The birth of Venus (Episode 6 of 29)

Performance of a play by Frank Moffett Mosier, taking place in the 12th century, that concerns a...

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WBAI, 2 May 1968. First WBAI broadcast, 12 April 1968.
BB3818.07 A man is many voices (Episode 7 of 29)

This adaptation of Richard Hoag's off-Broadway play deals with a man's confrontation with his...

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WBAI, 6 May 1968. First broadcast on 2 Mar. 1968
BB3818.14 Iscariot (Episode 14 of 29)

Adaptation of Frank Moffett Mosier's play set in the Near East during the Roman Empire,and...

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WBAI, 9 Dec. 1969. First broadcast on 1968-09-10
BB3818.15 Monuments (Episode 15 of 29)

Eight monologues by Diane Di Prima, written at different times, and first assembled at the Cafe...

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WBAI, 20 Sept. 1968.
BB3818.16A Trad, bad, mad (Episode 16 of 29, Part 1 of 2)

Written especially for radio by the young English author James Morgan, these are three...

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WBAI, 8 Dec. 1968.
BB3818.16B Trad, bad, mad (Episode 16 of 29, Part 2 of 2)

Part Two of the play written especially for radio by the young English author James Morgan....

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WBAI, 8 Dec. 1968.
BB3818.23 Swanwhite (Episode 23 of 29)

Radio adaptation of a play by Swedish playwright August Strindberg (1849-1912), cast in the form...

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WBAI, 14 Aug. 1969.
BB3818.24 Fungi from Yuggoth (Episode 24 of 29)

A dramatic performance of an early poem by Howard Phillips "H.P." Lovecraft (1890-1937...

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WBAI, 1 Nov. 1969.
BB3818.27 Romeo and Juliet (Episode 27 of 29)

The Word Players perform a fragmented, splintered version of William Shakespeare's "...

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WBAI, 9 Aug. 1970. First broadcast on WBAI, 8 March 1970.
BB3818.28 Guest of honor (Episode 28 of 29)

A radio adaptation of a short play by Howard Pflanzer based on events that transpire over the...

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WBAI, 5 Dec. 1970.
BB3830.05 The Bobbity-Ba letters (Episode 5 of 14)

A dramatic reading of an imaginary correspondence between Victorian poet Elizabeth Barrett...

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WBAI, 24 Mar. 1967.
BB3830.08 The skills of Xanadu (Episode 8 of 14)

Performance of Theodore Sturgeon's story for WBAI's 99.5 Radio Theatre. The story tells of a...

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WBAI, 16 May 1967.
BB3830.11 How pleasant to know Mr. Lear (Episode 11 of 14)

A dramatic reading of some lesser-known works by Edward Lear (1812-1888), English author,...

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WBAI, 8 July, 1967. First broadcast on WBAI, 10 June, 1967.
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